Drupal Camp Cape Town

13 October 2017

Drupal Camp Capetown

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Drupal Camp Cape Town

We’re very excited to announce that the organising of Cape Town’s 3rd Drupal Camp is underway. This year’s event builds on our focus of bringing Drupal professionals, novices, students and clients together, in order to enrich them through a number of informative industry talks, as well as help grow the community in South Africa.

Event Info

When

Friday, 13 October 2017

Where

The River Club, Observatory

Time

Registration: 8am – 9am

Talks: 9am – 5pm

Tickets

Location

Find It

Address

The River Club,

Liesbeek Parkway,

Observatory,

Cape Town,

7925

About the venue

A place to meet and play since 1939, The River Club is a landmark Cape Town conference venue. Along with it’s state of the art event fascilities, it boasts a pool terrace and a generous balcony with picturesque views of Lion’s Head and Signal Hill.

For those attending from out of town, it is conveniently located next to the newly refurbished Protea Hotel Mowbray.

The River Club

Speakers

11 Informative talks across two tracks, focusing on - Design and UX, Frontend and Sitebuilding, React, Backend and Devops.

There will be time for Q&A after each talk, so get your questions ready!

    • André Ellis
    • Drupal Developer
    • Rogerwilco
    • Topic: Difference between Entities and Config Entities.
    • Angie Byron
    • Director of Community Development
    • Acquia
    • Topic: Drupal 9 and Backward Compatibility: Why Now is the Time to Upgrade to Drupal 8.
    • Bryan Gruneberg
    • Head of Global Maintenance
    • Amazee Labs
    • Topic: Maintainability & Longevity - Keeping customers and developers happy.
    • Chris Bailey
    • Digital Analyst
    • Amazee Metrics
    • Topic: How to build websites with analytics in mind.
    • Chris Kriel
    • Head of Development
    • Rogerwilco
    • Topic: Workshop - Benefits of Drupal and how to install.
    • Dane Rossenrode
    • Founder, Partner, Lead Developer
    • Touchdreams
    • Topic: Developer Tools for Drupal Builders.
    • Duncan Moore
    • Senior Drupal Developer
    • Mirum Agency
    • Topic: Ecommerce on Drupal 8 with the Commerce 2.0 Module.
    • George Ziady
    • Lead Drupal Developer for X-Team Partner
    • X-Team
    • Topic: Seven habits to becoming a better (Drupal) Developer.
    • James Anderton
    • Frontend Developer / Site Builder
    • Rogerwilco
    • Topic: Progressive Web Apps.
    • Lisa Thesen
    • Frontend Developer
    • Amazee Labs
    • Topic: Motion Design - Improving UX with animations.
    • Sebastian Siemssen
    • Lead Engineering
    • Amazee Labs
    • Topic: The wonders of GraphQL and Drupal.
    • Stew West
    • Web Developer
    • Amazee Labs
    • Topic: Workshop - Drupal Basics, Content Types and Views.

After Party

Party with us

icecream

When & Where

17:00 - 18:30

Join us for drinks, snacks, live music and networking.

Music 'n Chill

Platinum sponsors

Where to stay

Exploring Cape Town's Hotels

If you’re attending the Camp from are looking for a place to stay, you have a host of wonderful B&B’s, hotels, guesthouses and backpackers to choose from, all within minutes from the venue, which is close all major highways as well as the airport.

The River Club also works closely with the newly refurbished Protea Hotel Mowbray, which boasts 70 elegant rooms, a refreshing swimming pool and a full English breakfast to kickstart your day.

What to do

Shark cage diving

Don’t miss out on enjoying some of the more extreme activities in and around Cape Town. From climbing Lion’s Head and sand-boarding up the West Coast to hang gliding off Table Mountain to shark cage diving off the coast of Gansbaai, the Mother City has a lot to offer adrenalin seeking visitors and locals.

Shark cage dives take place out at Dyer Island, which is about a 15 minutes by boat from Gansbaai and offers visitors the unique and thrilling experience of seeing great white sharks in their natural environment. The island is the home to approximately 50 000 Cape Fur Seals which tempt the sharks into the surrounding waters as they are the predator’s primary source of nutrition. As the shark is a surface feeder, all the activity takes place close to or on the surface, ensuring good viewing for those on the boat, who may not want to venture into the water.

Sightings are highly likely but can not be guaranteed. The best days and times for viewing should always be checked with your selected tour operator prior to booking.

Exploring The Winelands

See You in Cape Town